Port of Cardiff is Located on the north side of the Severn Estuary, connected to the rail network, and within easy reach of the M4 motorway, the Port of Cardiff has expertise in the handling of containers, steel, forest products, and dry and liquid bulks.
ABP has invested significantly in the port of the past few years, modernising the port’s infrastrucure and supplying customers with specialist storage solutions and handling equipment.
It is noteworthy the Port of Cardiff, owned by Associated British Ports (ABP), has completed a long-term lease of a 95,207 sq ft distribution centre with Owens Group, according to ABP’s release.
This new partnership with Owens Group will attract investment and around 80 jobs to the region. It is an example of how ABP’s unique network of ports in South Wales can offer the right facilities to enable business growth and drive increases in operational efficiency.
With direct links to the national rail network, easy access to the M4 motorway and direct sea access, the Port of Cardiff provides multimodal facilities and easy access to the nearby urban conurbations and Cardiff city centre.